Globo is among the largest media companies in the world, producing around 2,400 hours of entertainment and 3,000 hours of journalism every year in Brazil. Through its network, the broadcaster covers 98.6% of the Brazilian territory, reaching 99.5% of the population. Known for the qual-ity of its productions, the company has already received 14 International Emmys. Globo’s international operation spans six pay-TV channels and a division for production and distribution of content from Brazilian sports and entertainment, reaching more than 170 countries around the world.

Who's who 

Bruno Assumpcao
Sales Executive Asia


Globo dramaturgy has many fans in Asia, and the company has a history of licensing telenovelas, series and miniseries of varied themes, such as comedy, suspense and drama, etc.


Globo licenses the broadcasting rights to its products – dramaturgy, movies, and sports – to multi-platforms.


Every year, Globo distributes part of its catalogue in 4K. The miniseries Merciless, for instance, was very successful in the region.

Asia focus in 2017

“This entire region is very important to us. We are focused on Asia as a whole, regardless of the country.”

Top shows are... 
Forever And Ever

A man with psychic abilities finds out that the woman he’s been drawing since childhood is real. But his jealous brother will do everything is his power to frustrate their romance. A delightful story full of intense emotions and struggles for power. It’s the most beautiful evidence that true love never dies. Telenovela. Episodes/length: 120x60 mins

Total Dreamer

This modern fairy tale tells the story of a homeless girl who dreams of helping out her family and finds her big chance of turning her life around in a fashion modeling contest – but the way to winning it and becoming a star will be a lot harder than she originally envisioned. A captivating romantic comedy about overcoming obstacles, Total Dreamer wins its audience’s heart right from the first episode. Telenovela. Episodes/length: 120x60 mins


Asia, just like any other place in the world, is interested in good stories that enchant and entertain. We believe that, in addition to the telenovelas, our series and miniseries will be in demand in 2016.” Raphael Correa Netto, Executive Director of International Business


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